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  1. 102.1 Construction Inspection Guidance for Sec 102
  2. 102.2 Contractor Performance Rating System
  3. 1020.6 Sampling Corrugated Metallic-Coated Steel Sheets
  4. 1020.7 Sampling Base Metal Sheets or Coils
  5. 104.10 Management Concurrence
  6. 104.3 Timeline
  7. 1045.4 Non-Standard Colors of Structural Steel Paint
  8. 106.10 Missouri Domestic Products Requirement
  9. 106.11 Metric Implementation
  10. 106.13 Quality Control/Quality Assurance
  11. 106.15 Pipe Shipping Report Form
  12. 106.16 Special Designs and Shop Drawings
  13. 106.18 Technician Certification Program
  14. 106.21 Summary of Materials Inspected
  15. 106.23 Online Research Publications (Research Publications)
  16. 106.2 Local Materials Sources
  17. 106.3.2.10 TM-10, Specific Gravity Coarse Aggregate for Bituminous Mixtures
  18. 106.3.2.11 TM-11, Static Immersion Stripping Test
  19. 106.3.2.12 TM-12, Stripping of Bituminous-Aggregate Mixtures, Boil Method for Seal Coats
  20. 106.3.2.13 TM-13
  21. 106.3.2.14 TM-14, Soundness Test of Coarse Aggregate - Water-Alcohol Freeze Method
  22. 106.3.2.15 TM-15
  23. 106.3.2.16 TM-16
  24. 106.3.2.17 TM-17
  25. 106.3.2.18 TM-18, Smolder Resistance of Jute Netting
  26. 106.3.2.19 TM-19, Measurement of Pavement Surface Texture Depth by the Sand-Patch Method
  27. 106.3.2.1 TM-1, Alkalinity of Glass Fiber Mat Materials
  28. 106.3.2.20 TM-20, Measurement of Air, Surface or Bituminous Mixture Temperature
  29. 106.3.2.21 TM-21, Determination of Cobalt in Tungsten Carbide Inserts
  30. 106.3.2.22 TM-22, Determination of Percent Open Area of Plastic Filter Cloth
  31. 106.3.2.23 TM-23, Determination of Equivalent Opening Size of Plastic Filter Cloth
  32. 106.3.2.24 TM-24
  33. 106.3.2.25 TM-25, Determination of Chlorine in Chlorinated Rubber and Chlorinated Paraffin
  34. 106.3.2.26 TM-26, Determination of Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Carbonate in Lime and Pigment Materials
  35. 106.3.2.28 TM-28, Determination of Potash in Fertilizer
  36. 106.3.2.29 TM-29, Determination of Nitrogen in Liquid Fertilizers
  37. 106.3.2.2 TM-2
  38. 106.3.2.30 TM-30
  39. 106.3.2.31 TM-31
  40. 106.3.2.32 TM-32, Determination of Purity of Sodium Chloride
  41. 106.3.2.33 TM-33
  42. 106.3.2.34 TM-34, Determination of Phosphorus in Lubricants
  43. 106.3.2.35 TM-35, Moisture Offset Factor for a Nuclear Gauge
  44. 106.3.2.37 TM-37, Apparent Specific Gravity of Fine Aggregate for Bituminous Mixtures
  45. 106.3.2.38 TM-38, Determination of Dew Point for Structural Steel Painting
  46. 106.3.2.39 TM-39, Pull-Out Tests on Expansive Mortars
  47. 106.3.2.3 TM-3
  48. 106.3.2.40 TM-40, A One-Point Moisture-Density Relations Test for Soils
  49. 106.3.2.41 TM-41, Density Testing of Bituminous Mixtures with Nuclear Gauges
  50. 106.3.2.45 TM-45, Determination of Dry Film Coating Thickness Using Magnetic Gauges
  51. 106.3.2.46 TM-46, Analysis of Cement, Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag and Fly Ash
  52. 106.3.2.47 TM-47
  53. 106.3.2.49 TM-49, Pull-Out Tests on Chemical Bonding Agents
  54. 106.3.2.4 TM-4
  55. 106.3.2.50 TM-50, Mechanical Analysis of Extracted Aggregate (Rapid Method)
  56. 106.3.2.51 TM-51, Determination of Bitumen in Bituminous Paving Mixtures
  57. 106.3.2.52 TM-52, Determination of Magnesium Chloride in Magnesium Chloride Brine
  58. 106.3.2.53 TM-53, Determination of Moisture Content of Bituminous Mixtures
  59. 106.3.2.54 TM-54, Asphalt Cement Content of Bituminous Mixtures by the Nuclear Method
  60. 106.3.2.55 TM-55, Determination of Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium in Soils
  61. 106.3.2.56 TM-56, Determination of Sodium Metasilicate (Na2SiO3)
  62. 106.3.2.57 TM-57, Determination of Manganese and/or Copper in Steel
  63. 106.3.2.58 TM-58, Determination of Phosphoric Acid (P2O5) in Commercial Fertilizers
  64. 106.3.2.59 TM-59, Determination of the International Roughness Index
  65. 106.3.2.5 TM-5
  66. 106.3.2.60 TM-60, Test of Cellulose and Mineral Fibers for SMA Mixtures
  67. 106.3.2.61 TM-61, Asphalt Draindown Test Procedure for Stone Mastic Asphalt Mixtures
  68. 106.3.2.62 TM-62, Prequalification of Dust Suppressants
  69. 106.3.2.63 TM-63, Determination of Compatibility of Asphalt Release Agents with Hot Asphaltic Concrete
  70. 106.3.2.64 TM-64, Void Detection and Undersealing Verification Testing of Concrete Pavement with a Falling Weight Deflectometer
  71. 106.3.2.66 TM-66, Aggregate Sample Reduction
  72. 106.3.2.67 TM-67, Preparation of Concrete for Use in AASHTO T161 Freeze and Thaw
  73. 106.3.2.68 TM-68
  74. 106.3.2.6 TM-6
  75. 106.3.2.70 TM-70, Glass Bead Tests
  76. 106.3.2.71 TM-71, Deleterious Content of Aggregate
  77. 106.3.2.72 TM-72, Sweep Test of Bituminous Surface Treatment Samples
  78. 106.3.2.73 TM-73, Volume of Voids in Compacted Filler or Fines
  79. 106.3.2.74 TM-74, Pullout Tests on Epoxy Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems
  80. 106.3.2.75 TM-75, Determining Segregation Using the Nuclear Density Gauge
  81. 106.3.2.76 TM-76, Acid Insoluble Residue
  82. 106.3.2.77 TM-77, Determining the Binder Ignition Aggregate Correction Factor for Mixtures Containing Rap
  83. 106.3.2.78 TM-78, Los Angeles Abrasion for Lightweight Aggregate
  84. 106.3.2.79 TM-79, Procedure to Prepare Aggregate to Determine the Plasticity Index
  85. 106.3.2.7 TM-7, Rebound Hammer for Opening Strength of Full Depth Concrete Pavement Repairs
  86. 106.3.2.80 TM-80, Measurement of Retroreflectivity by Handheld Retroreflectometers
  87. 106.3.2.81 TM-81, Specific Gravity and Absorption of Aggregate Using Automatic Vacuum Sealing Method
  88. 106.3.2.82 TM-82, Concrete Uniformity
  89. 106.3.2.83 TM-83, Field Estimation of Water Permeability of Compacted Asphalt Paving Mixtures
  90. 106.3.2.84 TM-84, Pipe Laser Profile Calibration
  91. 106.3.2.85 TM-85 Determination of Polyphosphoric Acid (PPA) in Performance Graded (PG) Asphalt Binders
  92. 106.3.2.86 TM-86 Preparation of Samples for Surface Sealer Wet Track Abrasion
  93. 106.3.2.87 TM-87 No-Pick-Up Time for Tack Coats
  94. 106.3.2.88 TM-88 Bond Strength Test for Tack Coat
  95. 106.3.2.89 TM-89 Determination of Aluminum Oxide in High Friction Surface Treatments (HFST)
  96. 106.3.2.8 TM-8, Photometric Test for Measuring the Brightness of Reflective Sheeting
  97. 106.3.2.90, Determination of Chemical Components in Asphalt and Non-Asphalt Rejuvenators
  98. 106.3.2.9 TM-9, Resilience of Hot-Poured Elastic Type Joint Sealer
  99. 106.5 Storage of Materials
  100. 106.6 Handling Material
  101. 106.7 Unacceptable Material
  102. 106.8 Material Furnished by the Commission
  103. 106.9 Buy America Requirement
  104. 120.1 Pavements
  105. 120.2 Shoulders
  106. 120.3 Bridges
  107. 120.4 Traffic Control
  108. 120.5 Roadside Features
  109. 120.6 Roadsides
  110. 120.7 Drainage
  111. 120.8 Welcome Centers
  112. 120.9 Uninterrupted Traffic Flow
  113. 121.4 Quality Assurance / Quality Control for Project Prioritization
  114. 121.6 STIP Amendments
  115. 127.18 Job Special Provisions (JSP) and Contract Documents
  116. 127.24 Speleological Findings
  117. 130.7 Value Engineering Team Leader Guide
  118. 131.2 Proprietary Items and Public Interest Findings
  119. 132.1 Material Inspection for Safety
  120. 132.2 Construction Inspection Guidelines for Safety Precautions
  121. 133.3 Snow and Ice Control Personnel
  122. 141.1 Cost Share Program
  123. 141.2 Missouri Transportation Finance Corporation (MTFC) Loans
  124. 141.4 Partnership Development Process
  125. 141.5 Dispute Resolution Process
  126. 141.6 Acronyms and Definitions
  127. 147.1 Alternative Technical Concepts
  128. 147.4 Fixed Price Variable Scope (FPVS) Contracting
  129. 153.18 Motor Carrier Services
  130. 153.6 Chief Counsel's Office
  131. 231.8 Bridge Width
  132. 233.3 Roundabouts
  133. 236.15 Requests from Cities for Annexations
  134. 236.18 Scenic Byways
  135. 236.2 Right of Way Organization and Personnel
  136. 236.9 Asbestos Abatement-Removal of Building Improvement
  137. 237.10 Distribution of Contract Plans
  138. 237.12 Communication with the Public
  139. 237.3 Summary and Tabulation of Quantities
  140. 237.8 Contract Time
  141. 320.2 Release of Subsurface Information
  142. 320.6 Slide Investigations
  143. 320.7 Quarantine Regulations
  144. 413.6 Scrub Seal Treatment
  145. 460.1 Quality Control/Quality Assurance
  146. 460.2 Pre-Pavement Meeting
  147. 460.5 Roadway Inspection
  148. 570.1 Repair of Concrete Surface Failures
  149. 570.3 Repair of Buckled Pavement
  150. 570.4 Repair of Settlements with Bituminous Patches
  151. 570.6 Preparation of Portland Cement Concrete Surfaces Prior to Resurfacing
  152. 607.2 Plans
  153. 609.3 Material Inspection for Sec 609
  154. 611.3 Concrete Slope Protection
  155. 614.5 Maintenance of Floodgates
  156. 616.10 Product Requirements for Temporary Traffic Control Devices, Pavement Marking and Delineation
  157. 616.11 Traffic Control for Waterways
  158. 616.15 Transit Considerations
  159. 616.16 Law Enforcement Services
  160. 616.21 Work Zone Technician Training
  161. 616.22 Advanced Work Zone Training
  162. 616.25 MoDOT Work Zone Guidelines
  163. 616.26 Work Zone User Training
  164. 616.27 Fleet Lighting
  165. 620.10 Operational Procedures and Safety
  166. 620.11 Guidelines for Using Water-Borne Traffic Paint
  167. 620.13 Measurement of Retroreflectivity by Handheld Retroreflectometers
  168. 620.14 3M Installation Contract
  169. 620.6 Colored Pavements
  170. 626.5 Modified Rumble Strips
  171. 642.11 Pedestrian Grade Separations
  172. 642.13 ADA Self-Evaluation
  173. 642.14 ADA Transition Plan
  174. 642.1 Integrating Non-Motorized Facilities
  175. 642.2 Consideration of Pedestrian Facilites on Projects
  176. 642.3 Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
  177. 642.5 Maximum Extent Feasible
  178. 642.7 Maintenance Responsibility
  179. 733 Precast Concrete Box Culverts
  180. 748.1 Evaluation of Project Impacts
  181. 751.0 State Map
  182. 751.21 Concrete Box Girder
  183. 751.30 Open Concrete End Bents
  184. 751.39 Seal Course
  185. 751.3 Structural Steel Design Properties
  186. 751.4 Reinforced Concrete Design Properties
  187. 751.7 General Design Data
  188. 770.4 Navigation Lights/Light Tenders
  189. 771.10 Bridge Joint Sealing - Hot Pour
  190. 771.12 Bridge Joint Sealing - Polytite
  191. 771.13 Sealing Abutment and Pier Caps
  192. 771.1 Concrete Bridge Approach Slab Repair: Slab Stabilization (Jacking)
  193. 771.21 Rainy Day Bridge Activities
  194. 771.3 Shaving Shoulder and Around Guardrail
  195. 771.4 Drain Basin Maintenance
  196. 771.8 Remove Drift
  197. 806.3 Additional Temporary Erosion and Sediment Controls
  198. 806.4 Preactivity Meeting
  199. 821.10 Equipment and Application Methods
  200. 821.11 Calibration
  201. 821.12 Mixing and Handling Guidelines
  202. 821.14 Herbicide Spills Incident Reporting
  203. 821.15 Forms and Conversions
  204. 821.17 Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
  205. 821.18 Noxious Weeds
  206. 821.19 Problem Weeds
  207. 821.23 Additives and Adjuvants
  208. 821.24 Glossary
  209. 821.3 Public Relations
  210. 821.4 Pesticides and the Environment
  211. 821.5 Storage Facilities
  212. 821.6 Inventory Control and Storage
  213. 821.7 Planning and Ordering
  214. 821.9 Labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  215. 822.1 Vegetation Management for Major Roads
  216. 822.2 Vegetation Management for Minor Roads
  217. 822.3 Vegetation Management for High Profile Areas
  218. 823.1 Prohibited Work Activities for Inmates
  219. 823.2 Guidelines for Determining Who is Eligible to Oversee Incarcerated Crews
  220. 823.3 Role of MoDOT Supervisors
  221. 823.4 Dealing with Certain Situations
  222. 823.6 General Rules for Inmates
  223. 901.11 Light Emitting Diode (LED) Luminaire Performance and Computation of Roadway Illumination
  224. 901.14 Dusk-to-Dawn Lighting Policy
  225. 901.15 Glossary
  226. 901.2 Lighting to be Provided, Operated, and Maintained at the Expense of the Local Political Subdivision
  227. 901.3 Lighting to be Adjusted at State Expense and Operated and Maintained at the Expense of the Local Political Subdivision
  228. 901.4 State Participation in Continuous Freeway Lighting by a Local Political Subdivision
  229. 901.5 Future Lighting
  230. 902.13 Lane-Use Control Signals (MUTCD Chapter 4M)
  231. 902.16 The Mobility Plan – Effective Arterial Management
  232. 902.17 Execution of Contracts for Signal or Flasher Installation
  233. 903.11 Specific Service Signs - Logos
  234. 903.12 Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs (TODS)
  235. 903.13 State and Federal Recreation and Historic Site Signing
  236. 903.14 Emergency Management Signing
  237. 903.16 Typical Signing Applications
  238. 903.1 Highway Signing General Information
  239. 903.3 Ground-Mounted Sign Supports
  240. 907.2 Road Safety Assessment (RSA)
  241. 907.4 Missouri Uniform Accident Report
  242. 907.5 S-HAL
  243. 907.6 Fatal Crash Reviews
  244. 910.6 Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Systems
  245. 940.12 Frontage and Backage Roads
  246. 940.13 Driveway Spacing
  247. 940.14 Driveway Corner Clearance
  248. 940.15 Spacing and Clearance for Right-In, Right-Out Driveways
  249. 940.17 Parking on Facilities
  250. 940.1 Analysis of Retrofit and Permit Applications
  251. 940.2 Spacing between Interchanges
  252. 940.4 Freeway and Expressway Transition
  253. 940.5 At Grade Intersections Spacing
  254. 940.6 Traffic Signal Spacing
  255. 940.7 Median Opening Spacing
  256. 940.8 Raised Medians
  257. 940.9 Auxiliary Acceleration and Turning Lanes
  258. 943.3 AASHTO Policy on Route Marking and Application
  259. 949.1 Voiding City Ordinances on State Routes with Inappropriate Speed Limits
  260. 949.2 Speed Limit Guidelines
  261. 949.3 Local Exchange of Transportation Services (LETS)
  262. Federal-Aid Acceptance Sampling and Testing
  263. Group-User.css
  264. Historic Preservation
  265. Independent Assurance Samples and Tests
  266. Mathtest

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